Looks like Alec Baldwin may soon be able to squeeze in a few more game of Words With Friends.
On Friday, the Federal Aviation Administration said it is expected to relax the ban on use of some personal-electronic devices at low altitudes and on runways, as result of a FAA study groups' review of the agency's policies.
According to a statement obtained by Fox News, the agency said that it recognizes that consumers want greater use of personal electronics on board flights. "That is why we tasked a government-industry group to examine the safety issues and the feasibility of changing the current restrictions. At the group's request, the FAA has granted a two-month extension to complete the additional work necessary for the safety assessment. We will wait for the group to finish its work before we determine next steps."
Nelson Mandela, who went from rebel to prisoner to president of South Africa, has died, the current president of the nation has announced. He was 95.
Nelson Mandela, who went from rebel to prisoner to president of South Africa, has died, the current president of the nation has announced. He was 95. "We've lost our greatest son," said President Jacob Zuma. "He is now resting. He is now at peace." Zuma ordered a state funeral for Mandela. Flags will fly at half-staff beginning Friday, he said.